Rugby Union: World cup 2003 - Party poopers.
Telstra Stadium will be packed to the rafters as the Wallabies begin their World Cup defence.
Argentina need a shock win against pool rivals Australia or Ireland just to repeat their quarter-final showing in 1999.
Scrum-half Agustin Pichot said: ``No matter what people say we are still the outsiders but I feel we can give a really good account of ourselves.''
Wallaby coach Eddie Jones, meanwhile,has urged referee Paul Honiss to enforce the tackle laws and stop the Pumas slowing the ball down.
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 10, 2003|
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